January 2, 2022


New Gaming in Arizona Off to A Strong Start – Nearly $130 Million in Revenues to the State So Far In 2021

Gaming in Arizona contributed $129 million to the state through tribal gaming contributions and the newly implemented event wagering & fantasy sports in 2021, legalized through Governor Doug Ducey’s signing of historic legislation and the amended Tribal-State Gaming Compacts. This landmark agreement between the state and Arizona Tribes modernized gaming in Arizona, allowing tribal casinos

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Opinion: The Real Insurrection – Buz Blog

The left wing media, the Democrat party of ’60s and ’70s traitors, and New World Order promoters would have us all believe that the January 6, 2021 mini riot was an overt attempt to overthrow our Constitutional Republic. The real insurrection started more than half a century before. Whatever other mistakes President John Kennedy may

Remote Work

Productivity Tricks When Working from Home

The thought of getting your job done in your pajamas sounds lovely and tempting, doesn’t it? But it’s not all sunshine and butterflies. Working remotely can be distracting and have an isolating effect, therefore, to make sure you are as productive as in the office; you need to get familiar with some productivity tricks when


Vaccine hesitancy, new variants kept COVID-19 infections from falling

Almost two years after the first case of COVID-19 was discovered in Arizona, new infections in the state have reached a “bizarre plateau,” rising from summertime lows in the hundreds to more than 3,100 new cases a day through the fall. And experts said they don’t expect that to change anytime soon, as long as

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